The Lake Nona Golf & Country Club will host the Gainbridge LPGA next month, the second leg of the season opening swing in Florida.
The event, scheduled for February 25-28, will feature 120 players and a $ 2 million purse.
The Gainbridge is the second LPGA event to be held at Lake Nona, following the first Solheim Cup in 1990. Tom Fazio’s design has also hosted the World Cup of Golf, Tavistock Cup and US Open qualifiers .
The LPGA season begins January 21, at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions. After a month-long hiatus, the tour will return to Gainbridge and then to the Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala for consecutive weeks.
Madelene Sagstrom won Gainbridge’s first LPGA in Boca Raton last year.